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Open Evening & Mornings
Release date - 25-Jun-2018

Open Evening - Tuesday 2nd October - 6.00pm - 8.30pm

Headteacher's address - 6.15pm and 7.15pm

Open Mornings - Every morning from Monday 25th September - Friday 12th October

Open Morning Tours 9.15am and 10.15am

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Win £5,000 for Caueway's library
Release date - 11-Jun-2018

Causeway needs you! Win £5,000 for our school library

National Book Tokens are the perfect way to reward students, encourage literacy and inspire a love of books. They are giving away £5,000 of National Book Tokens t..

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Causeway Connection - Edition 322
Thursday, July 05, 2018

The latest edition of the Causeway Connection can be downloaded here  +

Student Swalefest 2018
Monday, June 25, 2018

Fourteen of Causeway’s young leaders joined over one hundred students from other Swale schools on Friday, to discuss, debate and, ultimately, design a practical vision for student leadership - one that honours the student-designed manifesto of last year - across the trust. It was a privilege and a joy to watch our students contribute to and, in many cases, drive forward the discussion whilst also making friends with pupils from other schools.  +

£800 raised for Cancer Research
Monday, June 25, 2018

A fantastic end to last week ‘in pink’ with our very own Race for Life! The girls gathered together with 175 students running 3km at the end of the school day. First place was awarded to Paige Alyward, second place to Alani Taylor, and third place to Phoebe Stoner. The atmosphere was so positive and our students excelled in their support for one another and Cancer Research, raising nearly £800. Thank you to everyone, especially Ms Newman and Ms Da Silva, for making it such a success.  +

Leaders of Tomorrow!
Wednesday, June 13, 2018

On 8th June, Causeway School announced its Student Leadership Team following a hotly contested school-wide vote to determine who should lead the student body. +

Shrikyu Marshal Arts Karate Competition
Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Congratulations to sisters Lisa and Emma in Year 11 who are balancing their studies with serious competition, taking part in the Shrikyu Marshal Arts Karate Competition in Kent on Sunday 3rd June. Emma received 2 golds, a silver and a bronze medal and is now the champion female point sparer in her age group. She also came 1st in the unisex light semi contact sparring. Lisa received a silver in the unisex kata division and a silver in the female point sparring. Well done! +

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School Trips

We have lots of trips presently running, why not join one!

AzuRivage - France

FULLY BOOKED - Residential Activity Trip, France

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Sorrento

FULLY BOOKED - Geography or History GCSE curriculum residential

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Student Successes

Fantastic progress towards meeting his end of year targets

Alfie Carr
Fantastic progress

Outstanding progress made towards her GCSE targets

Casey Bugg
Outstanding progress

Excellent progress made towards his GCSE targets

Jake Moorton
Excellent progress

Outstanding progress made towards her GCSE targets

Sienna Driscoll
Outstanding progress